Texas A&M Powerlifting is a student organization of Texas A&M University and a club sport in the Texas A&M Sport Club Association, a division of Texas A&M Rec Sports. Being a student organization, our team is completely student run with the help of our advisors, Jessica Konetski, Assistant Director of Sport Clubs, and Keith Joseph, Director of Sport Clubs. Texas A&M Powerlifting is also under the national governing body USA Powerlifting (USAPL) an International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) affiliate. USAPL and IPF are the premier associations for drug free powerlifting in the United States and in the world. Texas A&M Powerlifting competes in the USAPL Collegiate Nationals every year in the spring, arguably the most competitive powerlifting competition in the United States.


The members of our team come from all education classifications, all majors, and all levels of experience in the sport of powerlifting, but they are the same in that they are committed and dedicated to the success of the team and themselves as lifters.  Our members are student athletes, training in the weight room 9-15 hours per week. Our athletes become skilled at time management from balancing hectic school, training, work, and social schedules.


Joining Texas A&M Powerlifting is a substantial time commitment, but as many former members can attest it is well worth it in the lifelong friendships, experiences, and accomplishments gained.


For further information on Texas A&M Sport Clubs, Texas A&M Rec Sports, USAPL, or the IPF please see the links below.

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